- Originally opened as the Sundance in 1980, it later gained the "luck of the Irish" and became Fitzgerald's now joined by Holiday Inn. There can not be a luckier place to stay in than Glitter Gulch, from the leprechaun on the roof to the six authentic blarney stones on display; the place exudes good fortune. Hotel guests will enjoy the 42,000 square foot casino, three restaurants and three bars. The comfortable rooms offer a quiet respite from the gambling excitement. Prices fluctuate widely depending upon visitor volume, but this is certainly "the" place to be in Las Vegas on St. Patrick's Day.
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